The museum has numerous galleries with equipment, dioramas, uniforms and all kinds of information, but for propeller heads, the highlight is surely the recently-opened glass hangar housing a full-scale replica of the B-26 Marauder "Dinah Might." B-26s were superb medium bombers ideal for ground support roles like at Utah beach. Unlike at Omaha Beach, where the bombs intended to knock out the German defenses fell mostly harmlessly behind them, the pounding at Utah smashed most of the strong points and resulted in a mostly unopposed landing.
That, and the fact that the Americans landed at the wrong beach, but one that was more lightly-defended than the intended target! In addition, the thousands of paratroops like those highlighted in the book & HBO series "Band of Brothers" kept the Utah Beach landings lower in casualties because the Germans were busy fighting inland and were unable to bring reinforcements to Utah.
"Dinah Might" is painted in the conventional "Invasion Stripes" scheme, and can be viewed up close and personal. The airy, well-lit hangar also makes taking pictures easy and convenient.